"Today" video 9-15-10 . This MSNBC link addresses that question in the context of a female sports caster covering the NFL. Legally, the perception of the "harasser" as to what constitutes harassment is irrelevant. The issue is determined from the viewpoint of the alleged victim: Does she personally experience the advances as unwanted and offensive and would a reasonable woman in her place also feel that way?
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